A cute romantic comedy starring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, about a womanising reporter who mistakes a fashion designer for a prostitute to give him stories, but finds himself falling for her.
The leads were good, as was the supporting cast, which included George Tobias and Thelma Ritter, and there are lots of funny moments.
It feels quite dated, with the attitudes feeling really old fashioned and some of it was a bit silly, the script never as funny as it should have been. It’s also quite padded out, taking the story and adding a lot of filler that didn’t really need to be there. But it’s one of those films where the cast is charming and can bring something more where the material is lacking.
On the whole the film is pleasant and inventive, with director Shavelson doing lots of clever camera tricks that liven up the pace.